Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Wynonna Judd
See country music superstar Wynonna Judd perform live at Gruene Hall this Sunday. Photo by Kristin Barlowe
Laali short film
Screen dozens of South Asian features, documentaries, and more during the Indie Meme Film Festival.  Photo courtesy of Indie Meme Film Festival
Michael Yo
Comedian Michael Yo comes to San Antonio this weekend. Photo courtesy of Michael Yo
Wynonna Judd
Laali short film
Michael Yo

Whether you’re looking for a good laugh, a nonstop movie binge, or DIY inspiration, these happenings are sure to fit the bill. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. 

Thursday, April 15

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Michael Yo
Two-time Emmy nominee and comedian Michael Yo comes to San Antonio as part of his We’re Still Here 2021 tour. Best known for his regular appearances on "The Joe Rogan Experience" and as host of his eponymous show, Yo is one of Hollywood’s busiest entertainers. The April 15 show is family-friendly and suitable for those ages 14 and up. All other shows through April 17 are adults-only. 

Friday, April 16

Sixth Annual Indie Meme Film Festival
Screen more than 20 feature films, documentaries, and shorts from the comfort of home. The Indie Meme Film Festival is a virtual event showcasing selections from established directors and new artists alike, all through a South Asian lens. For a full schedule of events and to purchase badges, visit the festival website. Programming is scheduled through April 25. 

San Antonio Spring Home & Garden Show
Get home decor and design inspiration, DIY tips, expert advice, and more at the San Antonio Spring Home & Garden Show. Guests to the marketplace can connect with industry experts, shop home-related products and services, and enjoy immersive displays to inspire future home improvement projects. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the event website. The show is open at the Alamodome through April 18.

Saturday, April 17

Texas Folklife presents 15th Annual Big Squeeze
The 15th Annual Big Squeeze Accordion Contest goes virtual with a packed concert lineup for audiences of all ages. The semifinals round will be streamed on the Texas Folklife Facebook page, and finalists will battle once again on May 8 for the chance to take home the title, a cash prize, a new accordion, and much more. Admission is free to this virtual event. 

Sunday, April 18

Wynonna Judd in concert
Country music superstar and songstress Wynonna Judd performs live in front of a socially distanced audience at Gruene Hall. Wynonna has released nine solo albums in her career and has amassed numerous top hits such as “No One Else On Earth” and “Girls With Guitars.” A select number of tickets is still available.